Mackenzie Construction has appointed smart surface research associate Bruna Lopes to support the development of its sustainable surfacing offering Smart Surface. The appointment comes after the firm was successfully awarded funding from Innovate UK for a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP
Scottish Water took to the skies for a dramatic helicopter delivery of a footbridge to the remote Dhu Loch Reservoir on the Isle of Bute. The footbridge is the missing link in an ongoing £250,000 investment project at Dhu Loch Water Treatment Works. It allows workers to access the valve house
Work has now started on a new £12 million active travel bridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal in northwest Glasgow.
The historic Mauldslie Bridge in South Lanarkshire has reopened after a £1.3 million renovation project by Scottish Water.
A £1.3 million renovation of the A-listed Mauldslie Bridge in South Lanarkshire is well under way with great care and consideration being given to the historical significance of the landmark and the local wildlife.
Mackenzie Construction has completed a community support children’s garden project, supported by the Glasgow Warriors, at Rainbow House in Ayrshire Central Hospital.
Glasgow-based Mackenzie Construction has been awarded an 11th consecutive gold award at the internationally-renowned RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) Health and Safety Awards in Glasgow.
Scottish Water is investing around £1.3 million in a project that will help protect its infrastructure and an important heritage site in South Lanarkshire.
Priding itself on fostering a culture of respectful challenge towards existing practices in order to achieve continuous improvement, Mackenzie Construction has launched a new collaboration initiative which seeks to enhance capabilities and capacities to meet client needs and deliver best value for a
Mackenzie Construction has been recognised by the Considerate Contractor Scheme for its ‘Performance Beyond Compliance’ while carrying out work on behalf of Scottish Water Horizons. The 35 hectare site is being developed to provide hundreds of new homes for Newton Mearns as well as a new
Mackenzie Construction supported Scotland’s inaugural Youth Urban Games hosted by Scottish Canals as principal sponsor. The ambitious project, hosted on Glasgow’s Forth and Clyde canal on August 25, showcased the UK’s brightest up and coming talents in BMX, Parkour and Skateboarding. The games